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The singer/guitarist performs at Cat's Eye Pub.
Relax in the psychedelic atmosphere with painters, clothing designers, jewelers, and sculptures.
Spend your Thursdays at Slainte Pub and order a nice steak or rib for a $1 per ounce. Wine bottles are half off and $5 for a glass.
Patrons will enjoy prime rib at $1 per ounce, glasses of wine for $5 and select bottles of wine at half price.
Chef Egg, creator of "Cooking with Egg," is hosting a live cooking session for particpants to learn how to cook meals in order to avoid take out and fast food. This menu for the upcoming event will be boneless leg of lamb with horseradish dressing, asparagus, white bean & bacon soup, and lemon & almond macaroons.
Arcos turns out mouth-watering tacos dorados, just-chunked guacamole, and the house masterpiece, the barbacoa de borrego's slow-steamed hunks of lamb. The open courtyard proves a draw all its own.
Run by a cooperative of 50 Baltimore-area artists, this Fells Point gallery puts on a new exhibition each month, usually of about 150 works made by the co-op members. The works vary in style from traditional to contemporary, and often include paintings in acrylic, oil, and watercolor, prints, photographs and sculptures as well as novelties such as painting on ostrich eggs.
Brick Oven Pizza is so proud of its wood-burning stove and old-school baking method that it named itself after it, but you're gonna be all about the almost infinite kinds of pizza you can dream up by combining its 53-plus toppings options. Or just opt for one of its house specialties: go cheesy (the mozzarella, ricotta, provolone, Romano, fontina, and Gorgonzola Lucky 7 White Cheese), go traditional (the mozzarella and fresh basil Margarite Lisa), or just go nutty (the barbecue chicken and shrimp).
Enjoy crab cakes, seafood, and pasta overlooking the Inner Harbor in Fells Point.
Small Mexican eatery in the heart of Fells Point.
With its kimono-clad servers, warm-cloth service, and soothing decor, this friendly and competent Japanese restaurant almost overcomes the ambient restrictions of its storefront location.
Over the long haul, the slightly disorderly Duda's has cornered (pun intended) the bar-grazing market by pouring a guzzler's delight of draft beer and maintaining the 'hood's most consistently friendly dining room. The burgers are renowned, well-seasoned beauties served on fresh buns, and the seafood is a notch or two above what the unpretentious ambiance suggests. Check out the hot sauce collection. Waiting for a table is common.
It is the place to hear Baltimore's finest DJs.
Dance and live music venue with a Latin restaurant, tapas bar, salsa dance lessons, and V.I.P. treatment for members.
This two-level "pastisserie and bistro" from the Kali's Court people rocks yummy food at moderate prices. Lovely entrees like pistachio-encrusted lamb chops and hanger steak are priced below $20. The wine-list and service are spot-on.
Parkers' live music consists of all sorts of live bands playing Wednesday through Saturday evenings.
Eclectic variety of chicken, Mexican food, and sandwiches. Cash only.
The downstairs bar is typically filled with Fells Point's finest. Instead, head upstairs, if you can, where the mood is much more serene. This restaurant imported much of its furnishings from Ireland, and it looks smashing, with black-leather banquettes, walls resembling red leather, and upholstered barstools in shades of vermillion and crimson. Try not to fill up on the marvelous Guinness onion soup, topped with Irish cheddar, or the restorative Irish stew, as the sublime shepherd's pie (topped with whipped potatoes) and chicken pot pie (in puff pastry) await.
"Baltimore's unique gastro cafe serves only the finest distinctive foods and quality beverages. Rated 3 stars, "Best new cafe with style" by Sun food critic. Food is prepared by Paris Cordon Bleu trained chef. Illy hand-pressed coffees and espressos. European sipping chocolate is to die for! Free WiFi."
The first Maryland outpost of this pan-Asian bar/eatery offers a little something for the whole family, from its signature pail of tater tots to noodles to sushi. Chicken stuffed pot stickers are hits, and many dishes can be made vegan/vegetarian.
"Brand new bistro located on ground floor of Douglass-Myers Maritime Museum. Cuisine features freshest food connected to local farms. Spectacular chili, soups, sandwiches, desserts. Zeke’s coffee. Especially known for artisan pizzas from the chef of The Black Olive. Very affordable. Beautiful setting with waterfront view, free Wi-Fi."
This bright, clean Fells Point diner is open 24 hours during the weekend, making it an ideal place to soak up some of that alcohol you've been pounding back at the neighborhood's bars before you head home. The menu is fairly typical diner food. It offers breakfast all day as well as the usual burgers, sandwiches, and comfort food entrées. Despite the name, the menu's smattering of Greek items don't really impress, but if you stick to the basics you'll do well at Zeus. We like the thick, crunchy, and never greasy fries and the dense carrot cake.
501 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21278
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